Live webinar July 25, 2024 at 12:00pm EST
OR available available video recording

  • Marina Sedai

3 hours


This course will provide insight into and practical guidance on the BC Provincial Nominee Program and its streams.  It will include statistics, practical guidance, professionalism, ethics, and what to do when things go wrong. Mini-fact patterns will be used to exercise attendees’ newfound knowledge.

  • Background
    • History
    • Structure
    • Provincial government structure and leadership
    • Provincial and federal government relationship
  • Employer Requirements
  • Process
  • Skilled Worker Stream
  • Health Authority Stream
  • Entry Level and Semi-Skilled Stream
  • International Graduate Stream
  • International Post-Graduate Stream
  • Post-Nomination Considerations
  • Entrepreneurial Streams
  • Program Future

For Lawyers and Paralegals

  • Law Society of Ontario
    Substantive Hours: This program is eligible for up to 3 hours.
  • Law Society of British Columbia
    Approved for 3 CPD credits.
  • Law Societies of Alberta, Manitoba, Newfoundland and Nova Scotia
    For members of these Law Societies, consider including this course as a CPD learning activity in your mandatory annual requirements

For Regulated Canadian Immigration Consultants

  • Currently awaiting accreditation





  • Attendance at the live three hour webinar.
  • Access to the course materials.
  • Ability to watch the webinar until  December 31, 2025
This course is included in our:
Marina Sedai

Senior Lawyer/Principal, Sedai Immigration Law Corporation

Marina Sedai is a Past National Chair for the Canadian Bar Association Immigration Section (2018-2019) and has been practicing exclusively immigration and citizenship law since 2005.
Marina is the principal and owner of Sedai Immigration Law Corporation, a boutique immigration firm in Surrey, British Columbia. Her practice focuses on businesses, families, and individual clients with a variety of needs: temporary residence (students, workers, visitors) and permanent residence (economic and family classes primarily), employer compliance, citizenship, and overcoming criminal inadmissibility.
Marina’s frequently writes and speaks for continuing legal education programs for the public and legal community, including the Canadian Bar Association Immigration Section (national and provincial), the Canadian Immigration Lawyers Association, the Continuing Legal Education Society of BC and from 2012-2014, she was an instructor at the University of British Columbia Certificate in Immigration: Laws, Policies, and Procedures teaching classes for economic immigration, inadmissibilities, and citizenship. She is pleased to now also present for Legal Professionals Education Network.